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Google unveils new version of Blogger

Google on Monday rolled out an updated version of its Blogger online self-publishing service. The new version features an enhanced dashboard, the ability to post blogs via e-mail, a shared comments function, and author profiles.

E3 - Xbox gears up to challenge PlayStation

Microsoft announced an expanded Xbox Live service and a long list of new games--including titles from gaming giant Electronic Arts--at an event Monday night preceding the kick off of the Electronic Entertainment Expo.

Yet another Sasser worm appears

A new version of the Sasser Internet worm, Sasser-F, appeared on Monday, despite claims by German authorities to have arrested the sole author of that worm on Friday.

Rambus to design DDR memory controllers

Rambus will provide DDR (double data rate) and GDDR (graphics DDR) memory controller interface designs that will reduce the amount of time needed by chipset manufacturers to design DDR memory controllers of their own, the company announced Monday.

Sasser, Phatbot arrests coordinated, but not linked

A 21-year-old German man was arrested and has admitted to creating the ubiquitous and dangerous Trojan horse programs Agobot and Phatbot, but is not connected to the German author of the Sasser Internet worm, a police spokesman said.

Intel readies four additional mobile processors

Intel plans to follow Monday's mobile processor launch with four more chips for portables slated for release over the next few months, according to information posted inadvertently on Dell's Web site Monday.

Fuji Xerox uncovers conterfeit racket

Customs and Excise officials from several countries have seized $2 million of counterfeit ink toner cartridges in Hong Kong following investigations carried out by an Australian-based undercover agent.

Sasser outbreak shows need for quick patch response

The Sasser worm outbreak, which disrupted operations at some businesses but left most virtually untouched, highlighted the difference a good vulnerability management strategy can make to a company's defenses, users and analysts said.

New variant of Sasser worm appears

Despite the arrest Friday of the suspected author of the Sasser worm which affected millions of computers worldwide last week, a new variant of the worm appeared Sunday, according to computer security organizations.

Report: China has closed 8,600 Internet cafes this year

China has closed 8,600 Internet cafes since February as part of an ongoing national campaign to clamp down on Internet cafes that violate government Internet regulations, according to a report by the official Xinhua news agency.

Intel's dual-core push results in diversion

By the end of 2005, Intel will have shifted all of its processor designs for everything from notebook chips to SMP (symmetric multiprocessor) servers to dual-core chips, resulting in the discontinuation of two single-core processors on its current ro...

Microsoft virus bounty leads to Sasser arrest

A multi-million dollar Microsoft reward program to encourage people to identify computer virus writers has led to the arrest of a teenager in Germany on suspicion of writing the Sasser computer worm.

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